Special Qantas to Hawaii Business Class
90 Days Advance Purchase
|To:||From: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane||From: Adelaide||From: Perth|
|Honolulu||from $3,675||from $4,425||from $4,125|
Year Round Qantas to Hawaii Business Class
50 Days Advance Purchase
|To:||From: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane||From: Adelaide||From: Perth|
|Honolulu||from $4,195||from $4,925||from $4,125|
Black out dates apply, please see below or speak to one of our Travel Specialists for more information.
ALL above fares are PER PERSON and INCLUDE all fuel surcharges and taxes. Rates are subject to availability and changes without notice. Advertised rates are based on the lowest available fare and may differ at time of booking. All featured “from” prices are based on the lowest priced routing for the destination(s) listed. Taxes may increase if stopping over at a destination, returning from an alternative port or if not paid in full at time of booking. Other travel dates may be available at an additional cost. Please ask one of our Travel Specialists for full details, terms and conditions.
You can use our online booking engine to search for availability or book online (Not available for mixed class fares). If rates differ from advertised fares, it may be due to conditions of the fares or limited availability of the lowest fares on the dates requested. Call us to help you find the best fares for suitable dates. Call us if you are booking flights departing within 3 working days. Seats are held when using the online booking engine, however tickets are not issued instantly, our Travel Specialists will contact you to confirm full details and preferred payment method before issuing tickets.
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth
Other departure cities available, check with our consultants.
Minimum Stay: Nil
Child discounts do not apply.
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Qantas is the world's second oldest airline. It was founded in the Queensland outback in 1920 and is Australia’s largest domestic and international airline. Qantas is recognised as one of the world's leading long distance airlines, having pioneered services from Australia to North America and Europe.
The Qantas story is inextricably linked with the development of civil aviation in Australia. It begins with fragile biplanes carrying one or two passengers in open cockpits and progresses to the new Airbus A380s flying some 450 people half way around the world in a day.
But, it is a story of human endeavor, not just machines. A few determined individuals overcame formidable obstacles to establish the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd (QANTAS). Supported by committed staff and loyal customers, the airline persevered through war and peace to serve the nation and build an enterprise. The Qantas story is about the people who have created its exciting and productive history - its staff, its customers and the excellence of its business partners and key suppliers...
The future holds many challenges for Qantas - maintaining safe operations and world class product standards while building a viable and competitive position long term for the airline.
Qantas and Emirates Alliance
Two of the world's leading airlines are forming a global partnership. Qantas and Emirates fly 14 times a day from Australia to Dubai, and provide 'one-stop' access to 65 destinations across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. They offer the largest shared A380 network, exceptional lounges here and abroad and award-winning service -a truly aligned travel experience.
Together, Qantas and Emirates offer one of the most comprehensive international networks in the world. Flying through Dubai on Qantas and Emirates' 98 A380 and B777 flights per week from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, you can then connect to more than 65 cities in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. This includes seven daily A380 services to London Heathrow, and daily A380 flights to Paris, Rome, Munich, Amsterdam, Manchester and Moscow - a total of over 800 flights per week.
The new partnership with Emirates will mean more flights and more choice for every Qantas Frequent Flyer. You can earn and use points when flying on the Emirates network. Which means you can use your Qantas points to buy an Emirates flight and vice versa. You'll also earn Status credits on many Emirates flights, as long as you have a QF flight number on your ticket. Eligible members will be able to use Emirates Lounges across Australia, Europe, Asia, North Africa and the Middle East. However, you cannot use Qantas Frequent Flyer points to upgrade Emirates bookings and vice versa.
You can book flights with points right now using Points Plus Pay and Any Seat Award. You'll also be able to book Classic Awards on Emirates flights across the globe.
Eligible Skywards Members and Qantas Frequent Flyers as well as travellers in premium cabins will have access to Emirates and Qantas Lounges.
This includes access to Emirates' First Class and Business Class Lounges in Concourse A in Dubai Terminal 3 and Qantas' award-winning First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as Qantas and Emirates Lounges in Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Qantas flights through Dubai will use Emirates' Concourse A in Terminal 3, purposefully designed for A380 aircraft and the first facility of its kind anywhere in the world.
A brand new, state-of-the-art facility, Concourse A includes expansive First and Business lounges that run the length of the Concourse, with direct boarding from the lounges to the Concourse's 20 gates.
The Concourse also offers great duty free shopping opportunities, dining, a spa, and a floor dedicated to hotel accommodation.
Your overall baggage allowance will be the same on Qantas and Emirates (with the exception of sporting goods and infant allowances).
Baggage allowances for bookings made from 26 February 2013 will be aligned with Emirates' ticketed checked baggage allowances for all flights between Australia, Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia. This includes additional Frequent Flyer and Qantas Club allowances.
Chauffeur Drive Service
For First and Business travellers, your journey starts from the moment you leave your front door with our new complimentary Chauffeur Drive service.
Eligible customers can now add Chauffeur Drive to their existing bookings for selected Qantas international flights.
Frequent Flyer Program
Three membership tiers above the entry Bronze level – Silver, Gold and Platinum. Members can move up to the next level by accumulating the required Status credits (in addition to normal program points) which can be earned each time they fly on an eligible flight with Qantas, Jetstar, oneworld alliance airlines and Air Pacific (flights must include a minimum of four eligible flights with a Qantas, QantasLink or Jetstar flight number, each year). Each membership level offers particular privileges, including higher priority check-in, baggage allowances and, for Platinum and Gold members, complimentary Qantas Club membership. Eligible Frequent Flyer members also have access to oneworld lounges. The higher the membership status, the greater the privileges including additional points when flying on all Qantas, British Airways and American Airlines flights.
Booking Award Flights
Call 13 11 31 (Australia), 0800 101 500 (New Zealand) and +61 3 9658 5302 (outside Australia and New Zealand). An additional assisted award booking fee of 2,500 points per person applies to bookings made via the phones.
When it comes to the big, bold and beautiful, Dubai is in a class of its own. It's one of the seven states comprising the United Arab of Emirates.
Sunshine all year around and a warm, cosmopolitan atmosphere is what characterises Dubai . From sports, fine dining and shopping to experiencing the magic and hospitality of Arabia, Dubai has it all.
Lying on the sparkling blue waters of the Arabian Gulf , it is a perfect place for sailing, windsurfing and jet-skiing.
The varied terrain also enables the thrilling experience of a desert safari.
And that's not all! Dubai is also without doubt a shopper's paradise offering the age-old experience of shopping in a local souk or the ultra modern experience of a multi-level shopping mall. The cosmopolitan flavour of Dubai is reflected in the multitude of restaurants and entertainment spots, each with its own ambience.
The nightlife is equally varied, with bars, pubs, discos and nightclubs open till late. Come and sample the unique flavour of one of the world's most popular destinations.
Dubai Stopover Accommodation
Opening on 24Apr2010, Armani Hotel Dubai marks the official debut of world famous fashion designer Giorgio Armani in the world of hospitality.
Acknowledged as the best hotel in the world, 7 Star luxury and service!
Atlantis Palm Dubai offers fantastic family holiday experience!
Elevated as if to emphasise its splendour, Al Qasr is the 'palace' at the heart of Madinat Jumeirah, The Arabian Resort - Dubai.
Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa is an idyllic, exclusive oasis, set within a 225-square-kilometre desert conservation reserve - a place where a commitment to service and total guest satisfaction is underlined by a ratio of three staff to every one of the sumptuous guest suites- ensuring attentive and personalised service 24-hours a day.
Vibrant and luxurious, Jumeirah Beach Hotel is Dubai's premier lifestyle destination, and has given itself completely to the pleasures of the life, and the senses of every guest who stays in the resort.
A unique blend of contemporary design and urban chic, The Fairmont Dubai is an icon in the business heart of the city.
Recalling the splendour of old Arabia, One&Only Royal Mirage is a wondrous place of intricate arches, domes and towers interspersed with courtyards, lush green lawns and immaculate flower beds...
Nestled on a secluded peninsula on The Palm, the resort acts as a private enclave for guests to enjoy spectacular views of the city skyline. The Private Spa invites you unwind in nine individual Spa Suites with private outdoor patios.
Dubai Airport Transfer
Book a transfer between Dubai hotel and airport or book limo transfer with our specialists.
Things to Do in Dubai
General Information about the UAE
Clothing and Climate
Summers in Dubai are hot and humid, however all shopping malls, taxis and indoor facilities are fully air conditioned.
Souks and other outdoor activities are best visited in the early morning or evenings, to avoid the midday sun.
The most comfortable garments are those made of cotton or light cotton mix. Dress is generally informal, but hotel restaurants prefer smart casuals and visitors are expected to dress respectably. Town-shorts and T-shirts are acceptable in most establishments. Swimwear can be worn on the beach or by the pool.
Arabic is the national language of the UAE. English, however, is widely spoken and understood. The majority of information signs are in both languages.
Food and drink
There is an astonishing variety of cuisine in the UAE and most hotels offer a selection of local specialties. Although the UAE is a Muslim country whose religion forbids the consumption of alcohol, the rule does not apply to persons of other religions. Consequently hotels have bars, nightclubs, discotheques and restaurants, where alcoholic beverages may be consumed - generally at reasonable prices. Restaurants outside hotels do not serve alcohol.
This year Ramadan is predicted to start on 10th August and finish on 10th September.
During Ramadan, Muslims commemorate the revelation of the first verses of the Holy Quran, abstain from food, drinking and smoking between sunrise and sunset, and then break their fast with family, with a traditional feast called iftar.
Throughout Ramadan, hotels across Abu Dhabi host nightly, delicious iftar banquets for guests and non-guests. These highly social meals are the ideal opportunity for your clients to experience the tantalising array of exotic flavours that Abu Dhabi has on offer.
Visitors to Abu Dhabi during Ramadan are expected to refrain from eating, drinking and smoking in public places during daylight hours.
It is also worth noting that shops close from 1.00pm until after iftar, and then stay open until the early hours.
Discover the award winning journey of unsurpassed luxury in Qantas First Class. Your journey begins from the moment you leave your door until you arrive at your destination.
Experience a new level of inflight comfort as you stretch out in your fully flat, extra-wide bed. Qantas' Bedding Down service features luxurious pillows, blankets, a duvet as well as a sheepskin mattress.
Controls at the end of your armrest move your seat, leg rest and lumbar positioning from a relaxed reading position, to a fully flat bed of up to 212cm on our A380 and 200cm on our B747s. Your space also features an ottoman so you can host a companion inside your suite during the flight.
When you fly with Qantas Business Class, from check-in to arrival it's all about you.
Whether you’re relaxing, working, being entertained or sleeping, Qantas wants you to fly in contemporary comfort. Enjoy a new level of intelligent seating with their award-winning Skybed.
Once you’ve made use of your extensive storage space, shift your seat into a position that suits you, using a wide range of seat adjustments. You can explore the seat’s unique massage options or settle in to enjoy your own personal inflight entertainment. You might just want to flick on your reading light and snuggle into your Skybed cocoon with a good book. When you’re ready to sleep, convert your Marc Newson-designed, second generation Skybed into a two-metre, fully-flat bed.
Get sleepy in Business. Qantas' sleep service, including a new mattress, duvet and turndown service, is available on selected flights to LA, Dallas, Johannesburg, New York, Singapore, London, Hong Kong, Narita, Bangkok, Jakarta, Shanghai and Manila. Why not try Qantas' T2 Wellbeing tea before you go to bed?
Clubs & Lounges
Enjoy complimentary lounge access when you travel in Business or First Class with Qantas.